Coco Martin losing endorsement because of his social media posts against the critics of ABS-CBN – columnist

ABS-CBN top actor Coco Martin was reportedly losing some opportunities to earn some money, a columnist claims.

In the article, Abante columnist Ambet Nabus said that the social media posts of Martin against his critics affected his endorsements.

“Meron pa nga kaming narinig na meron umano itong mga on-going endorsements at supposedly “big summer product launch,” na nauwi sa wala at mauuwi sa wala dahil mismong mga kliyente nito ang grabeng na-turn off sa ginawi ng akor na in fairness naman ay humingi ng apology,” Nabus wrote.

Nabus added that the camp of Coco Martin is trying to restore the image and popularity of the actor after his social media rants.

The ‘Ang Probinsiyano’ leading star became one of the top endorsers in the country because of his popularity on television.

It was reported that he already has a net worth of $20-M.

A few weeks ago, Martin’s social media post, defending ABS-CBN and criticizing the people behind the closure of his home network has gone viral on social media.

At one point, Martin even urged the critics of ABS-CBN to avoid watching his show ‘Ang Probinsiyano’ once they fix the franchise issue of Kapamilya network.

“Tama na wag kana umiyak babalik kami sadyang may mga Demonyo lang talaga na tao ngayon na gusto tanggalan ng kaligayanhan ang mga tao at ng hanap buhay na pinagkukunan ng kanilang kakainin sa araw araw!” Martin said.

“Pag balik namin pag sasapakin ko lahat ng tuwang tuwa ngayon na sarado na ang ABS CBN!!” he added.

READ MORE: Coco Martin to critics of ABS-CBN: “Try nyo manood ng Probinsiyano, sisipain ko mukha niyo!”

Martin was also criticized by the netizens after he expressed concern about where to get the food for his family in the future as ABS-CBN was already forced to shut down.

READ MORE: Coco Martin expresses frustration over ABS-CBN shutdown: “Anong ipapakain ko sa pamilya ko?”

“Wala na akong trabaho eh, anong ipapakain ko sa pamilya ko? Kapag ang pamilya ko ay kinanti, kahit sino ka pa, lalaban ako ng p*tayan sayo, kahit na pat*yin mo pa ako!” he said.

The social media posts of Coco Martin only ended two weeks ago on Mother’s Day.

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Netizen says that Congressman Marcoleta’s speech against ABS-CBN is one of the ‘greatest moments’ in Congress’ history

A netizen praised the congressman who claimed that ABS-CBN did not comply with the terms and conditions of its franchise and even used the ‘Bawal Lumabas’ line of Kim Chiu in his speech.

Jun Abines, in a Facebook post, expressed amazement over the speech of House of the Representatives Deputy Speaker Dante Marcoleta against the Kapamilya network, calling the speech of the lawmaker as “probably the greatest moments that happened inside the halls of Congress in the last 30 years”.

According to him, he already lost interest in watching the ABS-CBN franchise house hearing at first after he saw that the officials of ABS-CBN played a video to point out the contribution of the Kapamilya network to the country.

Abines called the said part as a ‘circus’ but he suddenly became interested again in watching the hearing after Marcoleta started to talk about the alleged violations of ABS-CBN.

“After few minutes, I was again being led by facebook to watch a live broadcast of the hearing. I reluctantly watched again knowing that a circus is still on going. I was wrong! What I saw was probably the greatest moments that happened inside the halls of Congress in the last 30 years. Congressman Marcoleta narrated the sins of ABS-CBN for several minutes. He did it like an eye witness of a crime telling how it all happened. I watched sitting on the edge of my seat!” Abines said.

“I was caught off guard. I never expected some good souls still exists among our congressmen. Deputy speaker Dante Marcoleta spoke with conviction, with clarity and with the heart of a true nationalist. It was like having a dream. It’s like seeing a very bright light shine inside the hall and expose the true faces of every congressmen. The few goods and majority of evils,” he added.

“ABS-CBN was dismantled, destroyed and obliterated in just about 10 minutes! Hard facts and truths delivered right on their faces!” he also said.

Abines’ amazement even reached to the point that he believes that Marcoleta would win a senatorial election.

“Its like seeing Mayor Duterte back in 2013 when he got interviewed by the media after Yolanda. It was the day when Duterte’s star shined for all the world to see,” he said.

On Monday, the lawmakers started to discuss the franchise issue of ABS-CBN.

Marcoleta claimed that ABS-CBN allegedly ignored the rights of their 11,000 employees, claiming that only 2,661 of them are receiving government-mandated benefits.

He also criticized ABS-CBN for its use of ‘multiple channels’ using the same franchise via TV Plus.

The lawmaker also alleged that ABS-CBN didn’t follow the constitutional restrictions on foreign ownership and even pointed out that the Chairman Emeritus of Kapamilya network, Eugenio Lopez III only got his Filipino citizenship in 2002.

Totoo ba o haka haka? President Duterte talks about the couple selling ‘overpriced’ COVID-19 equipment

President Rodrigo Duterte revealed the couple who kept being mentioned by public officials for allegedly selling overpriced equipment for COVID-19.

During the IATF-EID meeting on Monday, Duterte asked Health Secretary Francisco Duque III if the rumors about the ‘couple’ who owns a company are selling overpriced equipment to the government.

Former Health Secretary and now Iloilo Rep. Janette Garin exposed the couple and asked the President to investigate them for selling automated coronavirus testing machines for three times the manufacturers’ price. She also accused a couple of hoarding.

Budget Undersecretary Lloyd Lao informed the President that the Co couple owned the Omnibus Bio-Medical Systems Incorporated.

According to Lao, Omnibus Corporation approached them and offered equipment manufactured by Sansure Biotech for more than 4-M pesos.

Senator Panfilo Lacson said that if you bought the same equipment straight to the manufacturer, it would only cost 1.7-M pesos.

Lao said that Omnibus lost the bidding against a foreign corporation offering the same equipment from Sansure.

He claimed that after losing the bid, Omnibus complained about why the government would not get equipment from them despite being the ‘exclusive’ distributor of Sansure equipment in the Philippines.

Sansure officials went to the Philippines after hearing the issue which gave the government a chance to ask them to buy directly from them instead of having transactions with Omnibus.

“They’re willing to forego of Omnibus, they’re actually negotiating that because they have a relationship with Omnibus, can they use it as distributor, and they’re willing to reduce the price,” Lao said.

“But I made a statement, that we are no longer willing to discuss with Sansure if they go through Omnibus because they were given a chance before when the government really needed it and they gave us a very high price,” he added.

Lao said that they’re going to ‘reward’ Omnibus if the government decide to deal with them despite what happened in the past.

“They should have paid for what they have done before, kasi gipit na gipit tayo, hindi tayo makalipad kasi mayroon tayong mga restrictions and all, they’re the only ones who are connected with Sansure and they’re selling at least not less than double the price, and you cannot get it unless you pass throught them,” he said.

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque then said that there’s a law against profiteering and taking advantage of a national emergency.

“Baka po talagang may basis para imbestigahan itong Co couple ng NBI for profiteering and hoarding under the special law on anti-profiteering and under Bayanihan act,” Roque said.

Duterte then advised the NBI to investigate the Co couple “very carefully”.

“Alam mo itong mga p****** *nang negosyante na ito, whether it is really an issue of humanity and the greed, ‘yung hoarding na ‘yan you cannot… it’s part of the business practices which you may call not even obnoxious it’s repulsive to the human mind, when you start to think about it,” Duterte said.

“But let’s look at it what it is legally sans the maybe ‘yung mga suspicion after all, its not easy to charge a person… if NBI finds a probably cause then go ahead,” he added.

 

Richard Gomez criticizes ‘Balik Probinsya program’: “What happened to all the protocols that we’ve been working on?”

Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez criticized several government agencies for allegedly disregarding protocols for the people who participated in the ‘Balik Probinsiya’ program.

In a Facebook post, Gomez couldn’t hide his frustration after he was informed that they should not apply health protocols against COVID-19 to the beneficiaries of the said program.

“DILG, NHA, OWWA, what happened to all the protocols that you guys are trying to formulate for returning residents?!!!” Gomez said.

“I just would like to share what is happening right now about this Balik Probinsya program. This morning the DILG regional office and OWWA texted, “texted”, us informing us that there are 3 planes arriving in Tacloban and telling us to receive them without following COVID protocols, undocumented and untested,” he added.

The actor-turned-politician said that they did their best to maintain Ormoc free from the virus for more than two months only to be told that they need to accept the beneficiaries of the Balik Probinsya program without any conditions.

“We have kept our city Covid-free for more than 70 days bec of strict border controls and implementation of health protocols. Then here comes a TEXT from the National government agencies telling us that there are repatriates coming in our city and telling us to accept them?!” he stated.

“What happened to all the protocols that we’ve been working on? What happened their protocols that they have been telling us to do if they themselves are not doing the right thing?!” he added.

According to him, “it only takes one infected person” to spread COVID-19 in the city and affect hundreds of innocent people.

The post of Gomez reached 6,100 shares on social media.

Aside from the Balik Probinsiya program, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) released a circular asking the LGU officials to accept 24,000 OFWs who were forced to quarantine in Metro Manila.

According to DILG, if the OFW was incomplete with documents, the LGUs should quarantine him/her and have him tested for COVID-19.

The memorandum was released after President Duterte ordered the government agencies to send home the 24,000 OFWs staying in Metro Manila.

 

Pastor Quiboloy to Vice Ganda after ABS-CBN shutdown: “Ngayon, naniniwala ka na? karma is real”

Kingdom of Jesus Christ founder Pastor Apollo Quiboloy lectured comedian Jose Marie Viceral better known as Vice Ganda after the latter’s home network, ABS-CBN was forced to shut down by the government.

It can be remembered that last year, Viceral challenged Quiboloy to end the Kapamilya network top program ‘Ang Probinsiyano’ after the Pastor claimed that he stopped a quake in Mindanao.

Viceral also asked Quiboloy to stop the traffic in EDSA.

As a response, Quiboloy said that Viceral should be careful of what he’s wishing, saying that it’s possible that not only ‘Ang Probinsiyano’ would end in the next few months, but also the whole ABS-CBN network.

On May 19, Quiboloy in one of his television shows in Sonshine Media International Network (SMNI) reminded Viceral about his challenge.

“Nalulungkot ka, Vice, nalulungkot ka sapagkat hindi mo mapigilang umiyak dahil wala na yung mga programa niyo? Alalahanin mo, naghamon ka, hinamon mo ako noon. Ang saya-saya niyo noon. Naghahalakhakan kayo. Meron pang isang kasamahan mo na lalaki, pati ngala-ngala niya, nakita ko sa katatawa, e. Halos mabali ang leeg niya.” Quiboloy stated.

“Iyan ang sinabi ko sa inyo, ang kayabangan, nakikita ng Diyos ‘yan. Kapag binigyan kayo ng pabor sa buhay, huwag kayong ganoon. O ngayon, nakita mo na, may Diyos sa langit, tapos nakita mo na Siya ang tumitimbang sa lahat ng mga tao dito sa lupa kung ano ang ginagawa nila,” he added.

“Ngayon, napatunayan mo na meron akong Diyos na nagpadala sa akin.” he also said.

According to Quiboloy, Viceral’s challenge to him was a prophecy, pointing out that stopping the traffic in EDSA is almost impossible, but it happened a few months later due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Pastor hoped that Viceral already learned their lesson as the comedian expressed his sadness over the closure of his network.

“Ngayon, naniniwala ka na, karma is real. O, bumalik sa ‘yo, di ba, at ngayon, umiiyak ka. O, bakit hindi kayo humahalakhak?” he asked.

Quiboloy also has final reminder to Viceral before ending his speech.

“Ang kinatatakutan ko dito, Vice, isa lang—ang Diyos lang. Tuturuan kita, ganoon ang gawin mo. Kapag binigyan kayo ng pabor ng Diyos, pabor na maging tanyag, pabor na maging mayaman, huwag kayong mangutya ng kapwa niyo tao,” Quiboloy said.

“Ginawa rin ng Diyos ‘yan sa kanyang mukha. Gamitin niyo sa kabutihan… Ngayon, umiiyak ka, e, noon humahalakhak ka,” he also said.

Three weeks ago, Vice Ganda expressed disappointment over the closure of ABS-CBN after the National Telecommunications Commission filed a cease and desist order against the television network giant.

READ MORE: Vice Ganda on ABS-CBN shut down: Kawawa ang buong bansa at lahat ng Pilipino!

“Di lang ang network at ang mga empleyado ang kawawa kundi ang buong bansa at lahat ng Pilipinong napagkaitan ng kailangang kailangang serbisyo sa oras na ito ng pandemya. ANG LUPIT!” Viceral said.

 

Mag apply kasi kayo sa FDA! DOH and FDA to build case against ‘unregistered’ Fabunan antiviral injection

The Fabunan medical clinic in Zambales was ordered to stop administering its well-known vaccine to the people after the Philippine Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a cease and desist order against them.

In a text message, the Department of Health (DOH) said that the FDA has the right to stop Fabunan antiviral injection because it’s still not registered to the agency.

“They still have not applied for CPR (Certificate of Product Registration). They were already issued a cease and desist order by FDA, case build-up is being done already,” Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said.

“FDA has jurisdiction when it comes to the unregistered drug/vaccine, and Professional Regulation Commission for the practice of medicine,” she added.

FDA made the said action against Fabunan after it was reported that some people are personally traveling to their clinic in Zambales to get vaccinated.

Several supporters and Facebook page claimed that Fabunan antiviral injection could protect anyone from getting infected by COVID-19.

They also posted some photos showing the owner of the said clinic, Dr. Willie Fabunan injecting vaccines despite the warnings from the FDA and DOH.

“MARAMI NANG NAGPATUROK SA FABUNAN DOCTORS AT LIGTAS NA SA VIRUS SA ZAMBALES,” One Facebook page created to support Fabunan vaccine wrote.

“Isipin niyo to! Kung ang FDA at DOH ay matutulungan ang mga doctors para labanan ang COVID malamang hindi lang taga Zambales ang magiging ligtas sa Pandemya,” they added.

According to FDA Advisory No. 2018-163, “the manufacture, importation, exportation, sale offering for sale, distribution, transfer, non-consumer use, promotion, advertising or sponsorship of any health product that is adulterated, unregistered or misbranded are prohibited,” 

While supporters of Fabunan strongly believed that Fabunan’s injection could save the world from the COVID-19 pandemic, health officials warned people not to try any unregistered vaccines.

“Itong Fabunan ang sinasabi na bakuna ito, hindi gamot, na sinasaksak sa pasyente, so amin pong pinapaalalahanan na mag-apply na lang sa FDA para maintindihan na nga natin yung sinasabi,”  DOH said.

It was reported that Fabunan medical clinic was charging 3,000 pesos for the vaccine.

 

Councilor berates health workers for doing rapid testing inside the session hall of Pasay City: “Tignan mo kung gaano kaikli ang isip ng mga ito!”

A councilor of Pasay City has gone infamous on social media after a video of him while angrily criticizing health workers circulated on the internet.

Councilor Arnel “Moti” Arceo has been accused of shaming the health workers doing rapid testing inside Pasay City hall session hall.

Arceo who’s videoed himself quickly scolded the health workers asking them why they’re doing COVID-19 test inside the session hall.

“P******a kung hindi delikado tanggalin niyo, p********g yan. Araw-araw namin dinidisinfect yan eh, ang session hall namin ginawang rapid testing center… tignan mo kung gaano kailki pag iisip ng mga to,” Arceo said.

 “Tapos ang sabi wag daw akong magalit… eh kung hindi delikado ito bakit may balot ng plastik ito, bakit kayo naka PPE? (Personal protective equipment) Kung hindi delikado bakit kayo naka PPE?!” the angry councilor asked the health workers.

According to him, COVID-19 testing should be done outside the city hall because it might endanger the lives of the Pasay City employees.

The councilor then approached the health workers and asked them again why they’re wearing PPE if they believe that what they’re doing inside the city hall is safe.

“Delikado ba o hindi? Bakit kayo naka PPE lahat? Bakit hindi niyo sa opisina ginawa ‘yan? Diyos ko naman,” he said.

“Session hall namin ‘yan eh, nag paalam ba kayo sa aming lahat e lahat kami gumagamit niyan, bakit hindi sa mga opisina ni’yo ginawa ‘yan kung nag iisip kayo?” he added.

While Arceo was shouting at them,  some of the health workers removed their PPE inside the session hall where the rapid testing was done.

The uploader of the video Alexia Guevarra said that the health workers only followed the order from Pasay City Human Resource Management.

“Nakakagalit lang na habang ang buong bansa nagsa-struggle pa sa public health at econ effects ng COVID-19, yung mga politician and people in position like Moti Arceo manage to get away with things like this. Yung #1 frontliners–healthworkers–ang minumura-mura niya when in fact, service yung ginagawa nila. Something that will benefit everyone. Kapag common people nagsabi ng isang bad thing or isang criticism re: gov’t response sa pandemic, huli agad and magdedemand pa ng public apology. Pero pag powerful ka, go lang. Speak your mind, ganun,” Guevarra wrote.

Guevarra also claimed that the said health workers attempted to file a complaint against Arceo but was pressured to back out.

In another interview, Arceo said that he didn’t curse any health workers during that time and he only said those words because of anger and fear.

“Sino ba naman ang hindi matatakot, ginawang testing center ‘yung aming session hall? Nilagay nila sa panganib ang buhay ng mga empleyado ng buong city hall, hindi lang ng city council, hindi lang ng session hall,” Arceo said.

“‘Yung pag iingat na hinihingi sa atin ng gobyerno natin, lahat tayo may kanya kanyang role, sabi nga ni Presidente, lahat tayo ay sundalo sa role na ito,” he added.

Arceo called the actions of the Pasay City health department as ‘careless’ and ‘reckless’

 

From 100-M to 200k! Francis Leo Marcos admits that he’s already losing money because of helping people

Three weeks before he was put under the custody of the National Bureau of Investigation, Norman Mangusin, better known as Francis Leo Marcos claimed that he already spent 99% of his money stored from his bank accounts because of helping people.

In one of his vlogs, Marcos narrated that before he started the ‘Mayaman Challenge’ he still had 100-M pesos in his bank account, but now he said that only 200,000 pesos remained.

According to him, he already talked with his partners to help him fund his philanthropic activities because he couldn’t say ‘no’ to the people asking for donations.

“Kinausap ko na ‘yung mga partners ko kasi malaki na po yung ating gastos at talaga namang ubos na po ang aking savings, ang natira nalang po out of 100+ million ay 200,000 (pesos) nalang, “ Marcos said.

“Pinaghirapan ko ng mahabang panahon, pinagpaguran, pinagtuluan ng pawis at luha… minsan nakakasama lang ng loob dahil binigay mo na ‘yung buhay mo sa mamamayan, mayroon talagang mga taong utak demonyo,” he added.

Marcos said that to solve his problem, he went to his friend to get the money he earned from selling his shares from his company.

“Ipagbibili ko ang aking share, nagkakahalaga lamang po siguro ng mga kaunti lamang po,” he said.

The self-proclaimed businessman also alleged that some groups tried to extort his money from him, but he ignored their demands and challenged them to bring the fight to the “court”.

In another vlog, Marcos said that he already sold a property worth P40-M to fuel up his philanthropic activities.

However, after an investigation, NBI discovered that Marcos doesn’t have any properties registered under his name, including the mansion and sports car he’s used in his vlogs.

“Vinerify namin, hindi naman sa kanya ‘yun, in fact hindi siya ‘yung umuupa doon, tapos ‘yung sinasabi niya na bahay niya, yung pinapakita niya sa social media, hindi sa kanya ‘yung sa Quezon City,” NBI Cybercrime chief Vic Lorenzo said.

“Yung mga sasakyan hindi sa kanya, pati yung office na ginagamit hindi rin sa kanya, hindi sa negosyo niya, hindi under his name,” he added.

READ MORE: NBI reveals that Francis Leo Marcos is using a fake name and doesn’t own the sports car or mansion he’s showing on his videos

NBI also received that Marcos allegedly lied several times to his followers about the amount of rice he’s sending to different places in the country.

“Talaga bang tumutulong siya? Kasi marami kaming reports na nareceive na supposedly ilang tons daw ang ibinibigay niya na bigas, hindi pala… ilang supot lang pala,” Lorenzo stated.

“Vinerify namin ‘yung activity niya doon sa Santa Rosa, nag distribute daw siya ng tons of tons of rice, ‘yun pala sa isang fraternity lang pala niya ibinigay ‘yung mga bigas na ‘yon,” he added.

Sen. Win Gatchalian slams Francis Leo Marcos: “Dapat ikulong na yan at huwag pakawalan!”

Senator Sherwin Gatchalian couldn’t say anything good about the self-proclaimed businessman and philanthropist Norman Mangusin, better known as Francis Leo Marcos.

On May 19, Gatchalian said that he was hoping that the National Bureau of Investigation would lock up Marcos, believing that the latter victimized many people in the past.

“Walang hiya talaga yan. Manloloko at sinungaling. Dapat ikulong na yan at huwag pakawalan. Maraming na loko yan,” Gatchalian tweeted.

He repeated his statement against Marcos while talking to one of his friends on Twitter.

“Walang hiya yan Boss Ron,” he told PDP Laban Executive Director Ron Munsayac.

Munsayac claimed that Marcos was being backed by money from the Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs).

“Sobra dami na scam nyan, boss Win! Pogo money din backer nyan! Dami ko narinig kwento about his various scams, kesyo may gold reserves pa daw sa Switzerland atbp,” Munsayac said.

Photo: Jack Patty Facebook page

The self-proclaimed businessman was accused in the past of selling ‘fake gold bars’ and even former first lady Imelda Marcos confirmed it on the document she sent to NBI in 2019.

“I have received continued disturbing reports about the above-mentioned persons using my name and my family’s name to collect unauthorized campaign donations, selling of fake gold certificates and using photographs and films/video coverage to associate themselves with me and my family for unauthorized and unscrupulous business practices,” Imelda wrote on the document.

“Mr. Francis Leo Marcos has claimed that he is the son of Dr. Pacifico Marcos, the brother of my late husband and that he has been chosen by the Marcos family as the custodian of alleged wealth which we are not in possession of; he uses my photographs on social media after a photo opportunities and has produced a film positioning him as a signatory to the world’s wealth; he targets wealthy Chinese businessmen who want to do business in the Philippines and attracts them thru charitable causes,” she added.

Photo: Facebook

NBI cybercrime chief Vic Lorenzo in an interview with journalist Erwin Tulfo confirmed that Imelda wrote to them.

READ MORE: NBI reveals that Francis Leo Marcos is using a fake name and doesn’t own the sports car or mansion he’s showing on his videos

Marcos who’s under the custody of NBI since May 19 would face multiple charges, some are non-bailable.

Arnell Ignacio files charges against Mystica: “Hindi mo pwedeng mura murahin si presidente!”

Former Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Deputy Administrator Arnell Ignacio has filed three charges against Ruby Villanueva better known as Mystica for her previous vlogs addressed against President Rodrigo Duterte.

Ignacio, who’s a known supporter of President Duterte went personally to the court to sue Mystica for cyber libel, violation of Bayanihan To Heal as One Act, and inciting to sedition.

According to Ignacio, Mystica became too personal with her statements against President Duterte.

“Kapag seryoso ang issue e file na ko ng case. Hindi talakan lang sa fb. Hindi mo puede muramurahin si presidente nang ganun ganun lang at aatungal ka pagkatapos ..mas malala nagyaya ka pa na pabagsakin ang gobyerno imbis na tumulong ka na lang,” Ignacio said.

“Yung pagmumura mo naman e parang PERSONAL ang kasalanan sa iyo e. Kahit man lang sana sa edad nung tao e binigay mo na kahit katiting na pag galang,” he added.

Mystica captured the attention of the netizens, especially the supporters of Duterte after the former actress called for the resignation of President Duterte.

“We don’t need a President with no common sense and who never treats the Filipinos with equal rights in times of crisis!” Mystica said.

“It is time to support Vice President Leni Robredo in order to fight for our survival, hintayin pa ba nating tuluyan ng magutom? The time to act is right now!” she added.

READ MORE: Mystica urges people to support VP Leni: “Hindi natin Kailangan si Duterte, Ginagawa tayong g*go!”

Atty. Trixie Cruz-Angeles said that Mystica may be held liable for inciting to sedition because she allegedly urged the people to overthrow a democratically elected government official like President Duterte.

Here’s the possible seditious statement of Mystica according to the lawyer.

“Sumasang-ayon na talaga ako kung ano yung mga prinsipyo ni Vice President Leni (Robredo). Dati rati, never ako nagbanggit about Leni Robredo. But right now sumusuporta na ako sa kanila. All the way. Sumusuporta ako sa kanila,” Mystica said.

“Kaya kung sino ang sumusuporta kay Vice President Leni Robredo, let’s get out there and be in full foce, labanan natin itong gobyerno na ito, lalong lalo na ang ating Presidente,” she added.

READ MORE: Lawyer says that Mystica could face ‘inciting to sedition’ charges because of her post against Duterte

Later on, Mystica apologized to Duterte, believing that the President would understand that she’s only frustrated with what’s happening in the country.

“I’m sure na mapapatawad ako ni Presidente, dahil alam niya na ang isang tao kapag frustrated masasabi niya lahat, katulad din niya nasasabi niya rin kung ano yung frustration niya,” she said.

READ MORE: Mystica apologizes ‘again’ to President Rodrigo Duterte: “Alam ko na ang Pangulo ay may puso”

A few days after Mystica’s apology, Malacanang warned Mystica that she could face charges because of her vlogs.

READ MORE: Spokesperson Harry Roque to Mystica: “May batas po na pwedeng gamitin para parusahan ka”

“Hindi po absolute ang freedom of expression, meron pong hangganan po yan, at nakasaad po sa international covenant on civil and political rights na a state can derogate among others dito po sa freedom of expression kapag mayroon pong national emergency,” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said.